Thursday, February 7, 2019


Happy TUSAL!!

My little jar had lots to eat this month.  I even managed to have two more finishes!  

My first finish was Halloween Rules by LizzieKate.

Second finish was Frog Biscornu by Casey Buonaugurio Designs.  I even FFO'd it!

Crazy Socks by Rosewood Manor.  I had no goal for this one but I added some more to the little doodads in between the socks and got a good start on the next sock.  My goal is to get the second sock filled in.

Hannah Lynn by Heaven and Earth Designs.  My goal was to add 600 stitches and I only added 379.  My goal of 600 stitches will stay the same.

Deepest Love by Mirabilia.  My goal was to finish all the stitching and I did and have started beading.  New goal is to finish her.

Pitbulls by FlumpkinsXStitchers.  I hauled this one out for a SAL and ended up adding quite a few stitches to it.  No new goal as I don't know when I will take it out again.

Draft Horses was only out for 1 day of stitching so not much progress.  No goal as I don't know when it will be out again.

Deborah Donkey and Rudolph Reindeer by Brooke's Books.  I had started Deborah awhile back but just started Rudolph this past month.  These are the last 2 advent animals!  I wasn't sure I was ever going to see the day these ornaments were finished but the end is in sight!  My goal is to finish Deborah.

My other new start was Disney Mickey by DigiPoint.  I finished Princess Tiana and started on Dopey...?  My goal is to finish Dopey.

I finished a few more planets last month.

Eris = 1445 stitches

Haumea = 1218 stitches

Pluto = 1473 stitches

This cute badge was for participating in the January SAL on The Ultimate Cross Stitch Group.

This one was for getting hit with a snowball for the event Snowball Fever Frenzy on The Ultimate Cross Stitch Group

And this one was for completing the event.

So I guess that is it for me this time round.

Hope you all are well and are staying warm!

Happy Stitching!



  1. Looking at how much stitching you have done you either have a very large jar or leave very few orts. Love your finishes and never cease to admire people who can tackle projects where every section of the cloth ends up covered in stitches.

    1. Thank you so much Penny! I am pretty frugal with my threads so my orts are as short as possible :)

  2. Nice TUSAL report, I salute crafters who have multiple projects on go.

    1. Awe thanks Mini! You have always been my biggest multiple project supporter :)

  3. Wow, I am frugal with my threads, but with all these projects I would have thought you would have more ORTs! Tee Hee!
    Lovely projects, and so many!
    Barbara xx